Chennai: Prime Minister Modi interacts with school students at the ‘Thervum Ghaloum’ program on January 27. Tamil Nadu BJP has invited interested school students to participate.
To overcome the stress and fear faced by the students at the time of the examination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been holding a discussion with the students every year since 2018 under the name of ‘Thervum Ghalur’.
Through this discussion program, students share their experiences and get advice on how to write the exam stress-free.
Prime Minister’s Advice
Also, PM Modi has given 28 advices to students and 6 advices to parents in the book ‘Thervu Maveerar’ written by PM Modi. Also, he has given his experiences in that book. BJP is working to bring this book to students and parents.
In this case, as the first stage of this year’s ‘Choice and Clarity’ program, painting competitions are going to be held for the students on the evening of January 20. Following this, PM Modi’s discussion program with students will be held on 27th.
BJP state president Annamalai has formed a state-level committee to coordinate and conduct these events, including state executive committee member ANS Prasad, BJP education wing state president Thanga Ganesan, state executive committee member R. Soundararajan and former state secretary Nandakumar.
9th to 12th standard
In that way, Tamil Nadu BJP is making arrangements for painting competition for students in all districts. More than 500 students from class 9 to 12 have been organized to participate in it. BJP has invited interested school students to participate in this competition. Letters are being sent to all schools in this regard.
Students can know details about the program through ‘NAMO App’. Further, https://innovateindia.mygov.in/ppc-2023 Students can participate in the competition through the website.
The winners of the competition will be able to participate in the discussion with Modi on January 27 at 11 am. Big screens are set up in all schools for students to watch the programs. Tamilnadu BJP education wing said that parents can also participate in this.